Ricoh CX2 Review

November 5, 2009 | Mark Goldstein |

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It's only been a few months since I reviewed the Ricoh CX1. Ricoh has never been the most prolific of camera manufacturers, only launching a couple of new models a year and keeping its older designs in production long after faster-moving brands would have discontinued them. It's rather surprising then that less than six months after the launch of the CX1, Ricoh has followed it up with today's camera, the new CX2.
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Normally, the usual paragraph reserved for describing the outward appearance of a Ricoh camera is a very short one. Fortunately, both the CX1 and the CX2 buck the trend as they're a bit stylish. The metal exterior has a pleasant, slightly mottled texture that makes it easy to hold in one hand without the need for a wrist strap plus there's now an extra textured grip on the front that sets it apart from the CX1. It's available in three colours: silver, black and a two-tone pink/grey combination.
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